“Technological bias is about more than audio quality—it’s about the forces that influence whose stories are told and how.” My latest piece on bias in audio technology, and first article in the New Yorker – read it here! Photograph by Bettmann / Getty
Earlier this month, New Yorker music critic Alex Ross mentioned the world premiere of “…for we who keep our lives in our throats…” with the LA Philharmonic in the preamble to his list of Notable Recordings and Performances of 2018. Ross writes: “In October, at an event in the orchestra’s Green Umbrella new-music series, I […]
Tina has been awarded an ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award for her first piece for orchestra and live electronics, luscinia, premiered in December. To see the other winners and learn more about the awards, read ASCAP’s press release.
Tina has been selected as the Nee Commission recipient for the La Jolla Symphony’s 2017-2018 season. She will be writing a new piece for orchestra and live electronics to be premiered in December 2017. For more information, visit: https://lajollasymphony.com/nee-commission/
Ms. Tallon is very honored to have been selected as one of the participants for the 2017 ManiFeste festival at IRCAM in Paris in June. She will be writing a piece for a quartet comprised of soloists from Ensemble Intercontemporain to be performed in the Centre Pompidou galleries alongside Yayoi Kusama’s “My Flower Bed.”
‘corpus, fractum’ is part of the h2 quartet’s lastest release, Enrapture! Pick up a copy at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago or next year at the NASA Region III Conference at SDSU! Or, if you’d like to download a digital copy, visit the h2 quartet’s website.
I am very honored and excited to be one of this year’s recipients of a Barlow General Commission! The commission will fund the composition of ‘excision no. 2’ for solo viola and live electronics for Kurt Rohde, who will premiere it next year as part of his Farewell Tour Project. For more information and the […]
I’m very honored to be able to write a new piece for violist and composer, Kurt Rohde, for viola and live electronics! The piece will be premiered in San Francisco in May 2017 as part of Kurt’s “Farewell Tour Project.”
I’ll be headed to Italy in June to attend the Cortona Sessions for New Music as a composition fellow.
The lovely folks over at wildUP have asked me to write them a piece. I’ve decided to write a trombone concerto for the intrepid Matt Barbier, of a silhouette of constrained motion fame.